Main page content begins here
From your weekday commute to taking the bus to football games, ETS has Park & Ride lots located across the city to help transit customers get to where they need to go.
The City of Edmonton offers Wi-Fi service at all LRT platforms. Users can access the free public Wi-Fi by selecting Open City Wi-Fi from the list of wireless networks on their devices.
LRT arrival boards are installed at many LRT stations on the platform level. These messaging boards contain visual elements that help transit riders identify Track 1 and Track 2, see the end destination (Century Park, Health Sciences/Jubilee, Clareview or NAIT), and know when the next train will arrive in minutes.
The scrolling text along the bottom of the signs are regularly updated with ETS-related news, such as elevator and escalator outages, current weather, ETS contact information and more.
LRT stations are equipped with features such as automatic doors, elevators, escalators, ramps, yellow warning tiles and audio announcements. Various transit centres and LRT stations also have accessible public washrooms.
The Capital Line South extension preliminary design is complete. Funding commitments are in place for the Capital Line South extension.
Construction on Valley Line Southeast started in spring 2016. The timing of when the new line will open to the public is not known at this time.
In 2023, Marigold Infrastructure Partners entered its second year of major construction on Edmonton’s Valley Line West LRT.